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Alexandra Park, Bath
(4.8/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • Make your way up to Alexandra Park for stunning views of Bath. Playground for the children and WCs if needed (pay to enter). A great place to picnic. 
  • best place to see the fireworks from the wreck! also stunning views of Bath, well worth the trip up to it and you can park in there too. 
  • it is a bit of a climb via the steps to get up there, but you get an amazing view over bath once you are up there so definitely worth it. 
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  • This park sitting near the top of the hill offers unbeatable panoramic view of Bath from the south. First time visitor has to go there before it becomes listed as an official attraction and crammed by tourists. Reaching there from the coach/rail station would take about half an hour on foot at most unless you are mobility-challenged but achievable and worth the effort. The tricky part is the incomplete signs along the shortcut footpath. If you are not confident then just follow A367 and turn to Shakespeare Ave. You will not regret it.
  • This park tends to be overlooked as it's up away from town in Bear Flats. However, it has the best view of the whole city. (It's where a lot of the classic photos of Bath are taken and where the locals go to watch the fireworks in November.) The park is on a hill so it might be a bit of challenge for those who are less mobile, but there's a nice kid's play area at the top (swings, climbing frames, roundabout etc). Parking is on the narrow circular road around the park and quite limited but it is free. In the summer it's a lovely place to have a picnic.
  • it is a bit of a climb up the stairs but once you are up there you are rewarded with stunning views of the city and the surrounding area. wonderfull!
  • This is a bit of a hidden gem for Bath, but definitely worth the 20 minute walk from town. A photographers paradise, and loads of bench options to sit and watch the sun go down over arguably the best view of Bath.
  • A breathtaking view of Bath. I really miss a lot and have a lot of memories happened there. Toilets are clean! As a tourist, I am well surprised.